Amadou Kassaraté (born 14 January 1996 in London), is a Senegalese footballer who currently plays for Kirkintilloch Rob Roy on loan from Scottish Championship side Dumbarton.
Born in London, England, Kassaraté attended Thomas Tallis Secondary School. After starting his career with Welling United, Kassarate joined Walton Casuals in February 2015. However, he failed to make an appearance for the Isthmian Division One South club and left at the end of the season.
In December 2015, he joined Scottish Championship side Dumbarton's under-20 side. Prior to joining Dumbarton, Kassaraté moved to Scotland to study at University of the West of Scotland, where he is still studying. After impressing for them he signed a first team deal in July 2016 alongside fellow under-20s player Ryan Clark having made his debut as a trialist in a pre-season friendly with Dundee He made his senior debut for the club as a substitute in a 6-2 defeat to Dundee.
He joined Junior side Kirkintilloch Rob Roy on loan in September 2016
Kassaraté is eligible to play for England, through his birth country and Senegal, through his parents. In April 2015, Kassaraté was called up by Manager Joseph Koto to play for Senegal under-20s. Kassaraté was expected to be included in the Senegal squad for the FIFA U-20 World Cup, but a foot injury, however, prevented him from joining the squad.
Kassaraté's uncle is Pape Diouf, who is well known singer in Africa, and speaks fluent French.